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Regulators and industry unite in need to address societal concerns on drones

5 months 2 weeks ago

AMSTERDAM, Netherlands, December 10 – The vision of a world where drones are used for emergency services, local transportation or parcel delivery in our cities, can only become a reality providing safety standards are met and solutions found to issues such as noise and privacy, this year’s European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) High Level Conference on Drones concluded.

Training courses on Advanced Human Factors, Fatigue Risk Management, and Flight Data Monitoring

6 months ago

The three courses addressing aviation professionals are offered in December at EASA Headquarters in Cologne

Flight Data Monitoring
3-day classroom course at EASA Headquarters in Cologne

Flight data monitoring (FDM) is the day-to-day collection and analysis of flight data in order to improve safety. Flight data monitoring is an important component of an operator’s safety management system (SMS).

ICAO, European Union and South East Asia join forces to achieve the Beijing Ministerial Declaration commitments for aviation safety

6 months 1 week ago

Ha Long, Viet Nam, 21 November 2019

Stakeholders discuss key objectives of the Asia-Pacific Regional Aviation Safety Plan (AP-RASP) and review regional initiatives supporting the implementation of the Beijing Declaration.

In their second such event since 2018, ICAO and the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) brought together South East Asian aviation officials this week to discuss new ways to improve local cooperation and strengthen regional safety performance.

EASA to open a liaison office in Hungary

6 months 2 weeks ago

EASA will open a liaison office in Hungary under an agreement signed by Minister of Innovation and Technology László Palkovics and EASA Executive Director Patrick Ky to foster cooperation and sharing of know-how.  

Halon replacement in the aviation industry

6 months 2 weeks ago

EASA and the European Commission (DG-CLIMA) jointly published the ‘Halon replacement in the aviation industry’ guide to support aviation industry in complying with the requirements of Regulation (EC) No 1005/2009 (the Ozone Regulation) on halon replacement. 

The document provides in particular clarifications on the interpretation of the cut-off dates applicability, as well as information on the derogation process. 

EASA publishes Opinion “Standard scenarios for UAS operations in the ‘specific’ category”

6 months 2 weeks ago

EASA has published the Opinion 05/2019 “Standard scenarios for UAS (Unmanned Aircraft Systems) operations in the ‘specific’ category” which is proposing amendments to the new European Drone Rules. The objective of the Opinion is to increase the cost-effectiveness for drone operators, manufacturers and competent authorities, and to improve the harmonisation of drone operations throughout Europe.

9 months 1 week ago
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